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The Cold Room Series- S01 E01
September 4, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
To many of us, a Cold room is a warehouse in which a specific temperature is artificially generated mainly designed for storing products in an environment below the outside temperature. Mainly because of commercialisation and time among strict quality parameters in coldroom business.
Well, in the business setting, coldrooms are specific rooms, spaces or environments designed where a group of entrepreneurs, innovators, designers, creatives, or grass root development practitioners come together to solve a specific business problem and make sure they find a solution before leaving.
The Enterprise Village has launched the ColdRoom Series where startups, founders and disruptors can firsthand learn, know and understand the key techniques, information, and way to move their business impact on a 3X scale, a place where you get to ask the worrying and hard questions.
The village would have guest speakers and domain experts in the areas of discussion for a particular episode. This is sector focus; hence say logistics, fintech, healthtech, agritech, creative arts. Guests are highly known experts who know and understand their fields. The audience is to understand the series as a platform for knowledge sharing, problem-solving, and analysis.
Theme: “Building a Fintech Business from Ground up in Ghana, Africa”
Andrew is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Zeepay Ghana, a fintech championing digital remittances from the diaspora to mobile wallets, bank accounts and visa cards across 20 markets in Africa. He has expertise in Banking and Mobile Payments with knowledge in Business Development, Strategy Market Access and Funding. He was recently at the forefront of Zeepay raising USD7.9 million in Series A.
As you may deduce, Zeepay is on the edge of being a Unicorn.
It’s not about the idea, it’s about your personality and information you have.
Join Andrew Takyi-Appiah in the EV Cold Room to learn the shots, get to ask the worrying and hard questions.